Spigen IPhone SE Case Confirms IPhone 5S Design

Posted: Mar 10 2016, 3:31am CST | by , Updated: Mar 18 2016, 2:35am CDT, in News | Apple


Spigen iPhone SE Case Confirms iPhone 5S Design

Case maker Spigen released renders of their upcoming iPhone SE cases.

The iPhone 5S is coming back with higher performance und updated features as iPhone SE. This has been rumored and case maker Spigen supports these rumors with a bunch of iPhone SE case design renders published by MacRumors.

Spigen is California based company around since a dozen years. For them coming out with iPhone SE cases should have some weight. At least more weight than iPhone SE silicon cases listed on Alibaba. Some of them use a small iPhone 6 and others stick like Spigen to the iPhone 5S design.

According to Spigen's iPhone SE cases the power button remains on top like on the iPhone 5S. The renders hide specific design details like the screen edges. 

The iPhone SE is believed to have same performance as the iPhone 6S with the A9 CPU, M9 Chip, 12MP camera, Touch ID and NFC. The iPhone SE will offer an iPhone 6S experience in a small package with a 4-inch screen. The only big feature missing compared to an iPhone 6S is 3D Touch. The lack of 3D Touch is supported by a leaked iPhone SE screen part.

Apple is expected to host a media event on March 21 to unveil the iPhone SE along with a smaller iPad Pro and new Apple Watch accessories. If true than invitations to the Apple event should arrive in the next days. Update: Apple has sent out the invites for March 21 Media Event on March 10.

Today also more iPhone 7 cases leaked.

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